PARIS, TX-- The fourth and final suspect charged in the shooting death of Roland Williams in May -- has pleaded guilty.
Adriandious Blackeyes, 21, entered a guilty plea Thursday in a Lamar County Courtroom.
Blackeyes was sentenced to life in prison. He'll be eligible for parole after 30 years. He was originally charged with capital murder, but accepted a plea deal for a lesser charge of murder.
He also pleaded true to using a deadly weapon.
Blackeyes and three other men attempted to rob Williams at his Paris home this Spring. When he tried to escape, the men chased down and shot Williams.
The three others also pleaded guilty in July.
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